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Big bucks: IP protection at Starbucks

01-06-2010

Starbucks is the world’s largest coffeehouse company, but its success has made it a popular target for infringers. WIPR spoke to Batur Oktay and Kim Teraberry about the company’s strategy for protecting its IP.

Protection for well-known marks in Turkey

Turkey01-06-2010Korcan Dericioğlu & Ahmet Munir Yaşar

Turkey has made great efforts in recent years to raise its game on well-known trademarks, say Korcan Dericioglu and Ahmet Munir Yasar.

Universal copyright: a step in the wrong direction?

01-06-2010Rahul Chaudhry

International co-operation on trademarks and patents is increasing, but there are worrying signs that for copyright, universality is reducing in importance, says Rahul Chaudhry.

ADR & DN surveillance: defence strategies

01-06-2010Alessandra Ferreri

The exponential growth in the number of registered domain names poses problems for trademark owners worldwide, says Alessandra Ferreri.

When is a private email not a private email?

01-06-2010Meera Chature Sankhari

Many company employees see their work computer and email as extensions of those they use at home, but they may be wrong to do so, says Meera Chature Sankhari.

Is IPAN the next big thing in IP?

01-06-2010

WIPR spoke to Anton Bory, chief executive of patent annuities and trademark renewals service company IPAN.

gTLDs - the latest developments

01-06-2010Andy Churley & Chloe Garrett

ICANN’s 37th meeting, hosted by Kenya Network Information Centre in Nairobi, took place in March 2010. Andy Churley and Chloë Garrett summarise the key discussions and decisions.

The misuse of sham litigation investigations

Brazil01-06-2010Otto Licks & Anderson Nascimento

Brazil is known internationally as an intellectual property pirate.

CETA: Whose laws are they anyway?

Canada01-06-2010Victoria Carrington

Since mid-2009, Canada has been participating in negotiations with the European Union towards an economic partnership agreement known as the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.

China's IP development by numbers

China01-06-2010Stephen Yang

Engagement in the international intellectual property family has played an active role in the rapid and sound development of China’s own IP system, as statistics show.

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